List Of Sura's

Al-Anbiya’ (The Prophets)

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In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

Our Prophet (PBH), through the very first revelation of the Quran, was ordered:
“Recite in the name of your Fosterer…” (Chapter 96: Verse 1) and the name of his and our Fosterer is Allah (SWT), as is evident from the very first verse of the first chapter of the Quran:
“Praise is due only for Allah (SWT), the Fosterer of the worlds”. (Chapter 1: Verse 1)
In view of this order of Allah (SWT), we should recite/read before starting the recitation or reading of the Holy Quran which is a part of the Quran, occurring at the beginning of 113 out of 114 chapters of the Quran and also as part of verse No. 30 of chapter 27 of the Quran. Through Chapter 16: Verse 98, Allah Taala further orders:
“So when you recite/read the Quran, seek the protection of Allah from the accursed devil”.
This means that we are required to pray; (Aoozu Billahi min Ash shaitaanir Rajeem) meaning: “I seek the protection of Allah from the accursed devil”, even before reciting or reading: (Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem)

Shuru Allah ke naam se jo hum per taras kha ker faida pahunchane wala hai

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(The time for giving) an account of their deeds has come near for mankind yet they turn away in heedlessness.
Moment by moment every human being is going near to his death. After death we will directly wake up on the day of resurrection being unconscious of thousands of years we spent in the state of death, as we are unconscious of time during our normal sleep in this world 39:42 Inview of this the day of judgment is as far ahead in time as our death and we do not know when we will die – still we are heedless.

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Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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their hearts (being involved) in pastime. And those who are unjust talk in secret, “”Is this (person something) other than a man like yourselves? Why do you then come to magic while you see?””
Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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No! they say, “”Confused dreams, no, he forged it, no, he is a poet, so let him bring to us a sign like that which was sent through the earlier (prophets).””
Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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And We did not make for them bodies which did not eat food, and they were not those who stayed (as immortals).
Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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Then We fulfilled Our promise to them and delivered them and him whom We willed and We destroyed those who committed excesses.
Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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We have sent down to you the book in which (there is) a reminder (for) you, will you not then understand? (R 1)
Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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They said, “”Sorrowful is our state, we were certainly unjust.””
Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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Infidels do not take the Divine books seriously considering it impossible for a humanbeing to be a messenger of Allah (SWT). They regard the message as magic, confused dreams, forgery, poetry etc. therefore they demanded a miracle from prophet Muhammed (PBH) as a proof of his Prophet hood. All messengers were human beings who ate food and died like ordinary human beings. Their communities did not believe and regretted after seeing the punishment but the messengers and their followers were saved. The Quran is a reminder yet they do not believe.

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And We did not create the sky and earth and that which is between these two, for sport.
The Universe was created with a set purpose i.e. to test human beings. 11:7.

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The Universe was created with a set purpose i.e. to test human beings. 11:7.

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No! We hurl the truth against the falsehood and it knocks out its brain and then it departs, and sorrowful is your state because of that which you describe.
The Quran is the truth through which is knocked down the falsehood of polytheism, hypocrisy, infidelity etc. Everything belongs to Allah (SWT) and those who are near Him, probably the angels or pious human beings, humble themselves before Him, glorifying Him throughout without getting tired. If there were more than one gods then there would have been disorder because each god would have tried to implement his order which could clash with the orders of other gods. There is perfect order in the universe, everything following the laws layed down for it, the so called ‘laws of nature’, this itself is sufficient to prove that there is only one God and that is Allah (SWT) in Whose kingdom there is monarchy and not democracy, therefore no one can question Him whereas all others will be questioned. All messengers came with a common message that:‘There is no god except Allah (SWT)’. Isa and Zubair (PBT) were honoured servants of Allah (SWT) and not His sons, they obeyed Him and were afraid of Him. Whoever from His creation claims that he is God, he will be punished in hell.

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And whoever (or whatever) is in the skies and the earth is His and those who are with Him do not consider themselves great to serve Him nor/are they tired.
The Quran is the truth through which is knocked down the falsehood of polytheism, hypocrisy, infidelity etc. Everything belongs to Allah (SWT) and those who are near Him, probably the angels or pious human beings, humble themselves before Him, glorifying Him throughout without getting tired. If there were more than one gods then there would have been disorder because each god would have tried to implement his order which could clash with the orders of other gods. There is perfect order in the universe, everything following the laws layed down for it, the so called ‘laws of nature’, this itself is sufficient to prove that there is only one God and that is Allah (SWT) in Whose kingdom there is monarchy and not democracy, therefore no one can question Him whereas all others will be questioned. All messengers came with a common message that:‘There is no god except Allah (SWT)’. Isa and Zubair (PBT) were honoured servants of Allah (SWT) and not His sons, they obeyed Him and were afraid of Him. Whoever from His creation claims that he is God, he will be punished in hell.